Posts Tagged ‘ Tyrol ’

Innsbruck: Maximilian I’s legacy

Apr 21st, 2018 | By

Reza visits Innsbruck and finds a city that was nurtured by the Holy Romans Emperor, Maximilian I



The Jakobskreuz

Jun 26th, 2014 | By

At the end of July, the Jakobskreuz, a 29m cross at the summit of the Buchsteinwand in Austria’s Tyrol will open to visitors with five viewing platforms in all directions.



Cooking up a storm with the hotel and gourmet restaurant, Sieghard Zillertal in Tyrol

Aug 30th, 2012 | By

The Sieghard Zillertal Hotel in Austria, holds regular, inspirational cooking demonstrations for budding chefs. Here Lyn shares the recipes she learnt on a recent trip to Tyrol, with CD-Traveller readers



The perfect Tyrol

Aug 30th, 2012 | By

Lyn takes a trip to the Austrian Tyrol and finds it to be one of Europe’s loveliest locations. To get to Austria’s Tyrol it is often easier to fly via Munich, an airport with excellent facilities and then drive over the border which is what I did this time.



Vienna and the Tyrol

Jul 29th, 2012 | By

Austria is too often only considered just as a winter ski destination. But Britons visit Austria at any time for the walks, the culture, the food, the city breaks, the music and the sightseeing.And one obvious place for a city break is Austria’s capital, Vienna.